Our work has always been about making people stop and take notice of the brands we represent. We like to astonish them and make them hungry for more.
That’s exactly what happened when Dayton Daily News came to visit us recently. After going through a tour of our Dayton office that included our workshop, DDN reporter Dave Larsen wrote about what stood out in everything he saw at Real Art.
He was especially interested in the connected machines we build, including one in the workshop that day: the Mobile Grilling Unit, a bicycle/grill hybrid we created for Sears’ Grilling is Happiness campaign. Then, when Real Art’s president and creative director, Chris Wire, talked about the core of our approach to every project, one word stood out: wonder. Each of our projects appeals to the world’s curiosity, whether it’s a print piece or an integrated social media campaign. The article explains, “Such campaigns allow clients to grab peoples’ attention to start a conversation between the company and consumers.”
Thanks to Dayton Daily News for featuring us in the story! Check out the full article here.